Author Archives: Robert Laynton

About Robert Laynton

Robert Laynton likes photography, walking, jazz, reading American Crime Fiction from the 40's, 50's and 60's and vintage comics. He enjoys watching classic films, especially film noir. He lives in England.

1950’s style portrait

In the 1950’s, because of technical issues with regards to accurate colour rendition in printing, portrait images were often printed using a sepia tone effect, or they were printed in duotone – in two colours such as sepia and another, … Continue reading

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Night Lines

Night shot taken on 35mm transparency film way back in 1972. I seem to remember that I used a light blue filter and probably an exposure of about one minute at f/8 on 25 A.S.A. Kodachrome film. The lines are … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Bridge

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Fair at night

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Retro style portrait

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Legs and mouse

A 35mm photo of mine from back in the 1980’s!

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Derelict building

Still playing around with last years images. I love derelict buildings – some of them have a charm all of their own – especially with a pretty model to enhance the image.

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